A new footage has emerged that shows the biggest white shark ever on the planet. The size of this stunning creature will make you think twice before getting into the water all by yourself. It will make you cringe and leave you in awe both at the same time.
Don't believe us? Have a look yourself.
For the first time, the 20-foot-long Predator was filmed close to the Mexico's Guadalupe Island in 2013. The giant fish was also featured on the Discovery Channel's show Jaw Strikes Back.
After it was labelled by the researchers, videographer Mauricio Hoyos Padilla released a footage of the fish interacting with the divers in the cage.
When it was filmed at first, the giant fish was considered to be pregnant. Measuring over 6 meters in length, the fish was approximately 50 years old.
This footage shows deep blue circling around the cage. The huge teeth of the fish are successfully caught on camera. It is easily recognizable through its scars that it got either through fighting or mating.